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Foods and Drinks That Help in Weight Loss

Jun 28 '16 | By Mukesh | Views: 144 | Comments: 0

An important step on your journey to improved health is to include greens into your daily diet. There was a very good reason why the expression "Eat your Greens" came into being.Most people will have access to some form of Green leafy vegetables. Some grow wild whilst others Organifi Green Juice are cultivated. All however, are extremely rich in essential nutrients and vital to our wellbeing. Greens re-mineralise us as they are high in minerals such as iron, magnesium and potassium. This is why some people experience an immediate buzz after consumption. They also contain a substance known as chlorophyll which is often referred to as the blood of the plant. It is also almost identical in its chemical composition to that of our blood. Chlorophyll has a huge role to play in photosynthesis within plants - the process that turns light energy into oxygen.


Greens are normally something that can be grown anywhere regardless of where you live and how much space you may have to work with. Pots can be used for those who live in small units with no yard space. If you lack a green thumb, your local farmers market usually sell greens fairly cheaply. Investigate where your local source is and find out how where and how they are produced.Get to know what greens are either indigenous to where you live or ones that just grow abundantly in your climate. It will probably be that they possess the right balance of nutrients well suited to someone living within your climatic zone. Most will be able to be eaten raw and some will require cooking such as cassava leaves. If using wild greens always be sure that they have been identified correctly and are not growing in a polluted area as this will be counteractive to what you are trying to achieve.

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